To steek your knitting means to cut it with scissors, which is terrifying to most knitters. In this video I show you how to do a crocheted steek, which keeps the work from unraveling, and makes a clean, folded edge. Visit www.verypink.com for patterns, tutorials, and videos.
Take a look at the structure of the fabric stitches. Just as with knitting or standard crochet, it is WHERE you work your stitch that controls the kind of stitch you make. The stitches of the Tunisian crochet base row are comprised of a: Front vertical bar Back vertical bar Upper horizontal thread Lower horizontal thread